Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by sieglo, Sep 23, 2007.
Hate to see an injury like that. Hope Losman comes back okay.
Agreed...i hate cheap hits. Especially when its one of the pats that does it.
Well, it's not clear what happened. Wilfork looked like he was blocked into Losman, but they never really replayed the entire play. But still hate to see it.
Me too...I hope he makes it back during the game. I also hope they show a different angle on that hit that shows Wilfork was blocked into him. If that was cheap shot like it looks I'm going to be disappointed
Something tells me Wilfork's wallet is going to be little thinner after this week.
It was an ugly tackle sure enough. The fact he's on his feet has to be good news.
+1. The league won't care if he was blocked into Losman. It's the Patriots after all. They'll throw the book.
Dirty hit? Watch the replay. He was literally tackled by a Bills OL and falls into Losman.
...... Ignore, he's a dick.....
I saw the replay like 3 times and he was nowhere close to being tackled by a Bills O-line. He ran right thru the O-line and dove when Losman let the ball go, and got him right in the knee. If this was a Bills D-lineman hitting Brady we would all be up in arms over how dirty of a hit that was, cause it was a pretty cheap hit. By the way it looked, it didn't look like big Vince wanted to get him in the knee, it looks like he just wanted to put a hit on Losman. But the way it played out it was a very cheap hit. However, Losman was walking around without a limp, so hopefully he is okay.
Nope he was tackled alright, but he did stick his arm out toward his leg in a way he didn't need too, but it could of just been to brace himself. Looks like he will be ok in a few weeks.
Could you make that less clear and more contradictory please?
If you watched it 3 times and didn't see the OL tackling him, you are hopeless. I saw it when it happened, and rewound it over and over again. He hits the gap full speed and is unblocked at Losman when he is tackled around the waist. He then falls into Losman.
Most people put an arm out when they are falling.
Seemed very important at the time
... whether VW Kimo-ed him.
I was hoping for "blocked into him" ... but it was always off-screen.
As it worked out ...
JP seemed able and agile along the sidelines after a while.
I think Jauron was just keeping him out of harm's way thereafter
... like in the 4th preseason thriller.
Its week three and we've already injured two QBs in our division. Maybe we should learn to be a little more gentle. We're already unpopular enough. I don't want anyone going after Brady.
Listen, I completely understand the concept of defending our team against any and all bashing, but big Vince was not tackled into anybody, not even close. He ran right thru the oline when on of the Bills d-lineman tried to stop but only got one hand on him. He dove at Losman and got him right in the knee, I have no doubt that he would have rather gotten Losman between the numbers, but he didn't. If we want any credibility around the league we need to accept it when our players simply make a bad choice., there is one of these hits in every game. If you seriously doubt me watch the game again and look if anyone puts a hand on Vince when he leaves his feet, and the clear answer is no, hence noone tackled him into Losman, but everything seems to work out. The Pats won, and Losman seems to be able to walk without too much pain.
I agree...havent seen the replay but thats what I saw!
Vince was tackled, but then he threw the elbow. I'm pretty sure he's going to be fined, deservedly so. Nothing that doesn't happen every week with some team or another, though.
I saw on the replay that Wilfork was blocked into Losman.
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